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Funny Things :)

Well as you know, here in SouthAsiaLand, we always see funny things... things that really make us laugh! So today I'm going to share with you a few of thing things that have made us laugh in the last few weeks :)

This one speaks for itself:
This guy in the pic below was our rickshaw driver the other day... I liked his sporty jacket :) I think that was the first time I had ever seen the words "Hamster" and "Sporty" used together... hahaha I don't think any hamster I ever had was sporty... well, except for that whole wheel-running thing :)
Now this guy was creative! When Adam & I were riding our scooters around Phuket Thailand, we saw this guy going for a walk with his baby.... He had somehow attached wheels to this baby carrier thing and then tied a string to it... he was pulling her up and down these hills and over those cobble stones on the left - it was pretty funny! The baby was loving it!
This is a Mannequin that I saw in Thailand last week.... I couldn't stop laughing when I saw it... I thought it was hilarious!And last - but not least - back in SouthAsiaLand... the land of extremes :) - we were going down the road the other day and saw a stand selling Chandeliers on the side of the road! (and some sort of inflatable dog thing on the left)... it made me laugh!


Kelley said…
I laughed out loud at the baby roller. I wish I could hire him to take Kiran out.
Cabo said…
Those are pretty cool. You guys can check me out noe on my blog. It is
allhisblessings said…
Man, you would never see a parent doing that with a baby in the states! (Meaning the rolling bouncy seat.) If someone tried, they'd get snatched up by Children and Families so fast... Looks like fun though :)

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